A Sumi-e style brush painting I created illustrating Stork Theory. Other than the stork's folkloric role as a bringer of babies and harbinger of luck and prosperity, Stork Theory is often used as an example to demonstrate how ridiculous it is to "Teach the Controversy." For example, it would be ridiculous to teach Stork Theory in sex education class as it is would be to teach alchemy in chemistry class or Intelligent Design in science class.

http://www.travisjmorgan.com/blog/2010/03/25/stork-theory/

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Comment by Objection on March 25, 2010 at 11:13pm
There is no controversy, at least within the scientific community. The only conflict exists between science and pseudo-science in the mainstream, and if you teach "the alternative" of evolution, well, it's no longer science.

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